DCC Information Day: University of Exeter

27 March 2007
University of Exeter, Exeter


This event raised awareness of digital curation issues and highlighted the latest results of the DCC's work. Key digital curation issues were introduced alongside best practice advice for providing long-term access to digital resources. Vital to the long-term access to digital resources is continued research and development of tools and services that the DCC undertakes — information about this work was provided. Projects local to Exeter was also discussed, allowing challenges and solutions to be shared.

By providing this forum it was hoped that attendees benefited from contact with others locally and nationally involved with digital curation.

This event was aimed at representatives from local institutions, archivists, software developers and people from commercial and government organisations with an interest in digital curation, digital preservation and interested in sharing and learning more about these issues.


11:00 Registration and Coffee
11:30 The DCC and Digital Curation Michael Day, DCC
12:00 Digital Curation in the Performing Arts Daisy Abbott, AHDS Performing Arts
12:30 Virtual Archives and Exhibitions: real benefits, real problems Jessica Gardner and Gary Stringer, University of Exeter
13:00 Lunch
13:30 Discussion
14:30 Conclusions


This event was held in Queen Margaret Room in Queen's Building on Streatham Campus at University of Exeter (building 11 on the campus map [external]). Visitor parking was available along Queen's Drive which runs past this building, or in the car park along Stocker Road.

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